Ernstberger, Anton, 1894-1966. Böhmens freiwilliger Kriegseinsatz gegen Napoleon 1809. 1963. 204 S. : https://www.osmikon.de/Vta2/bsb00092839/ostdok:BV002872876
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An interesting overview, but it shows that the info on the 1809 Erzherzog Karl Legion is pretty vague. There are references to a Jaeger battalion, but this says it was Prague, whereas the 1st Battalion, known as the Waltrich Jaeger after its commander was supposed to have been drawn from foresters and the like, who would not have lived in Prague. The original design of the Landwehr envisaged Jaeger companiescwith each battalion and a separate Jaeger uniform, but whether 1st Battalion’s uniform differed is as yet unknown. Then there is the danger of confusion with the Lobkowitz Jaeger, who were raised from around Prague and certainly seem to have worn the standard uniform with a shako.
The 1810 Eder plate is certainly confused as it includes the student battalion of 1800 (officer in centre with epaulettes) and the Jaeger officers on the left do not appear to differ. https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=austrian+landwehr+uniforms&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&hl=en-gb&client=safari#imgrc=vxUVrjnKoNIyoM